BurgerQ to open at Downtown Dadeland

3,450-square-foot space will include an interactive, self-serve craft beer wall

TRD MIAMI /
Mar.March 09, 2016 12:00 PM

A Southern-inspired burger restaurant is set to open March 17 at Downtown Dadeland.

BurgerQ is leasing a 3,450-square-foot space at the open-air shopping center, which is owned by a joint venture between Pebb Capital and Duncan Hillsley Capital. The restaurant joins other new tenants that include Orangetheory Fitness, Nanndi Homemade Frozen Cream & Pastry Shop and Barley an American Brasserie.

Rafael Romero and Steven Henenfeld of Continental Real Estate Companies (CREC) represented the joint venture ownership in the lease, according to a press release.

BurgerQ’s menu will include grilled-to-order burgers, salads, sides and shakes. The restaurant will also feature an interactive, self-serve craft beer wall that allows diners to sample up to 16 local beers by scanning a receipt, and a wine and beverage menu.

Downtown Dadeland, at 7250 North Kendall Drive, spans 127,635 square feet of retail and restaurant space. – Katherine Kallergis


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